Derived from 冂, the archaic character and current "cover" radical 冖 (Mandarin: mì).
Initial consonant derived from "cover" radical 冖 (Mandarin: mì) + rhyme.
- 3rd letter of the Zhuyin alphabet
- 4th letter of the extended Zhuyin alphabet
- (general) sound IPA(key): /m/ (Pinyin: m), which is commonly present in Chinese
- (when used in a syllable without a rhyme) used as a modern alternative to (simplification of) ㆬ, representing the sound /m̩/, transliterating characters such as 嘸, 呒, 唔, and 呣.
- alt. forms: ㆬ
Simplified from 嗎 / 吗, typing only ㄇ instead of the full character pronunciation on Zhuyin keyboards.
|For pronunciation and definitions of ㄇ – see 嗎.|
(This character, ㄇ, is an Internet slang variant form of 嗎.)